Emulex Corporation has joined the multi-vendor collaboration group, Technical Support Alliance Network (TSANet) in Europe. This initiative will enable Emulex customers to resolve multi-vendor support issues quickly and effortlessly.
TSANet provides support for technology issues through its vendor members, who have real-time access to an array of industry contacts, a dependable escalation path, and an industry wide forum to facilitate servicing multi-vendor end-users.
Alan Wallman, Emulexs EMEA VP, commented: Sometimes customers experience technical problems due to incompatibilities between the different products they have installed from various vendors. Historically these have been very hard to solve, but now instead of passing the customer from one phone queue to another, with TSANet we work together with engineers from other companies, saving our customers' valuable time and expense.
TSANet gives Emulex access to shared best practices and the industry representatives needed to quickly solve compatibility issues. TSANet membership provides transparent cooperation between vendors, leading to reduced downtime of IT infrastructure and increased customer satisfaction.
Emulex Corporation creates enterprise-class products that intelligently connect storage, servers and networks. The world's leading server and storage providers rely on Emulex award-winning HBAs, intelligent storage platforms and embedded storage products, including switches, bridges, routers and I/O controllers, to build reliable, scalable and high performance storage and server solutions. Emulex is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:ELX) and corporate headquarters are located in Costa Mesa, California.
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